once again thanks for these helpful informations which I have got by the way.
Why is there NO Information about it in the manuals? Why does nobody from
Europa tell one that a new flow sensor can be zeroed?
Sorry, but I am unhappy with Europa Ltd. concerning support in case of faults.
PS: Sorry, You are working in the opposite building to PDZ in Sandbach? I
hope I did not say something wrong...
At 11:41 13.12.2001 +0000, you wrote:
>Deborah and Klaus (and other Europa users)
>Incorrect flow readings by the sensor usually mean that the sensor board
>to be zeroed. You'll find the sensor board in the SL, GSL or G
>draw. This has an adjustment 'pot' (RV1). You just turn the pot screw
>small screwdriver to adjust the reading on the screen. Either adjust it
>that it just reads positive (1 or 2 ml/min) with the helium flow set to
>(by isolating the helium inlet valve) or adjust it to the value you have
>measured manually (see my last message to the list).
>Deborah Rupprecht wrote:
>> Thanks Klaus, this:
>> The indication of the internal flow measurement can show an
>> >large offset (our system displays 48 ml/min for a 60 ml flow of He) which
>> >should be checked even for an new flowsensor!
>> is a very helpful hint (oxygen/helium: 25 psi, flow 44ml/min with old
>> sensor, 39 ml/min new sensor!)
>> Thank You very very much.
>> an Europa-user with troubles,
>> >good luck
>> >Klaus-Uwe Richter
>> >Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
>> >Columbusstr. Geb.E
>> >D - 27568 Bremerhaven
>> >NEW Tel.: +49 (0)471 4831 1 482
>> >NEW Fax.: +49 (0)471 4831 1 580
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